ST. PETERSBURG —Florida voters packed early voting sites across the state on Monday, producing long lines and expressing intense passions for and against Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. …
After 21 years in the military, three deployments, and a roadside bomb blast that left him bleeding and unconscious, Christopher Van Meter got a letter from the Pentagon saying he improperly received enlistment bonuses and now owed the government $46,000.
Tom Hayden, who burst out of the 1960s counterculture as a radical leader of America's civil rights and antiwar movements, but rocked the boat more gently later in life with a progressive political agenda as an author and California state legislator, died Sunday in Santa Monica, Calif. He was 76.
Along a secluded gravel road that runs between a riverbank and cotton fields in the Mississippi Delta region, a purple sign marks the area where Emmett Till's mutilated body was pulled from the Tallahatchie River in the summer of 1955.
NEW YORK — Apple's iPhone 7 Plus is getting a new camera capability — the blurring of backgrounds to focus attention on people or other objects in the foreground.
Tesla, the upstart all-electric automaker that once landed Consumer Reports' best-ever performance rating, has now achieved a far less impressive feat, with a ranking from the reviewer that labels it one of the least reliable car companies in America.
CLEVELAND — This World Series that starts tonight in The Land is about a lot of things.
TAMPA — The issues have been largely harmless to this point, but as the Bucs seek a third straight win this week, they'll try to get more out of their return game, which struggled in Sunday's 34-17 win against the 49ers.
TAMPA — More than 15,000 fired-up Donald Trump fans turned out Monday night to cheer on the presidential nominee heading into the final two weeks of the campaign.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection announced late Monday that it had worked out a consent order with Mosaic requiring a cleanup at the massive sinkhole that opened at its facility in Mulberry this summer.
TAMPA — The Bucs trailed the 49ers 14-0 early in the second quarter Sunday, nearly 3,000 miles from home and relying on three running backs all cut from NFL rosters before this season.
In his latest ad attempting to discredit his Democratic opponent, David Rivera is now pinning the blame on his longtime foe, former Democratic Congressman Joe Garcia, accusing him of "obsessive attacks against David Rivera." The ad inexplicably also offers up a subliminal message, showing a logo for Granma, the Cuban government paper....
Positions on special-teams units aren't as well known as "quarterback" and "linebacker," but the last two Bucs games have shown how much of a game-changing difference can come from gunners battling jammers in punt coverage....
A play by former St. Petersburg resident Aleshea Harris has won The Relentless Award, which honors Philip Seymour Hoffman. ...